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in washington as an obama urged russia to de escalate the situation in ukraine insisting that moscow's explanation for its military response to the crisis. does it reflect real advance on the ground. something seems to have a different set lawyers may get a set of interpretations but of. i don't think that's pulling anybody in the meantime in kyiv by secretary of state john kerry was talking deafening and write me rush out simultaneously during the fifteen minute news conference mr kerry use words like of grass or provocation and intimidation to describe but lost out when talking about ukraine's internal leaders he had nothing but praise by using words like high aspirations hope and democracy week and then the russian federation's act of aggression. the russian god. out of excuses. friday instead of udon. false oaths intimidation. and provocations. us officials i also did i announced that the us will involve one billion dollars in duty to ukraine. i am helping hide the country gets back to get back on its feet in the meantime that the interim government. i said recently that it will
efforts to stabilize the situation? ukraine. secretary of state john kerry meeting with russian's foreign minister in paris. >> crimea, was, is, and will be an integral part of the state of ukraine. >> ukraine's new prime minister talking about those tensions in crimea. as russian navy ships remain in the port. >>> and the american fighter jet that is costing taxpayers a fortune right now. ♪ >>> top diplomats trying to end the crisis in ukraine gathering in paris. john kerry is in paris trying to diffuse the crisis in ukraine. earlier today, his counterpart climbing there are no russian forces on the ground. >> the people do not listen to our orders, but the russian military forces in the black sea fleet are placed at the right spots a and some special alert measures have been adopted to control the black sea feet, because as our president said we are not going to allow any blood to be spilled. >> phil ittner joins us live now from paris. >> del, sergey lavrov may say there are no troops, but as far as the west is concerned those are russian troops. it appears as though the tactic is go
a lack of leadership. the president responded today, somewhat, by equating the ukraine situation with his quest to raise the minimum wage. here's ed henry. >> on the road today in connecticut, president obama was campaigning to raise the minimum wage in america when he suddenly took a sharp turn to ukraine and its popular uprising and suggested america doesn't always match its own democratic ideals. >> whether it's in central europe or in the middle east or africa, individuals want a chance to make it. if they try. and what makes us special is we already do that. >> when we're at our best. but we've got some work to do to match up our ideals with the reality that's happening on the ground right now. >> republicans see a completely different opportunity to keep pounding the message the president looks weak. >> can you think of anyplace in the worldering anyplace, where we're better off now than we were when he came to office? >> democrats defend the president by saying the u.s.'s isolated russian president vladimir putin and the crisis can be solved diplomatically. br we're the most powerf
to stabilize the situation in ukraine. secretary of state john kerry set to meet with russian's foreign minister in paris. >>> and the jet of the future that is costing taxpayers a fortune now. ♪ >>> world leaders engaging in shuttle diplomacy today over the crisis in ukraine. secretary of state john kerry meeting with officials in france, nato is also holding talks in brussels. here is is what is at stake. in crimea things are tense. >> reporter: if there is somewhere in crimea where the russians have full control it is here at the port. ships of the black sea fleet block all traffic, military and civilian, draining all life from this otherwise thriving port. this is an easy target for the russians. but if their intention is to take over all ukrainian military installations in crimea, then the mission is not over yet. ukrainian servicemen have refused to yield to this russian show of force. the russians have taken position in front of this army base here. we managed to speak to some of the ukrainian servicemen through the gate. they said they hadn't received any ultimatum yet. they s
that the opposition on longer apply in this and they were in fact trying to destabilize the situation in ukraine and it seems that this pretty much in keeping this up but the real question now is because as i've said this really changes everything how cold the west and in your impact and reacts to the use of revelations. what a new marine asada said earlier that sounds like a real eye opener for a lot of people specifically for action at the dinner conversation but of what this means for the eu what sort of consequence two weeks back well we have heard all along that the pre much the western media and europe included also have been saying that the opposition that they have something to train them as freedom fighters and ignoring all the people who were saying that in fact some of these activists are former criminals the prisoners and then looking out to promote their own agendas in some case of barry and ashton mistake by radical within saying this for a number of days here are a hero on artsy know this goes to show that perhaps he knew doesn't know it doesn't have the full picture and this is j
say that is fortuitous. there is a situation between the ukraine and russia and we are looking at the impact that comes through commodity and energy prices. today, it does not look like this is going to be a deflationary event for the last. that is something we have to be wary of. >> talk about emerging markets and we have elections in india for april and we have a lot of movement in china. without corporate default. are you more cautious than you were? >> i think the answer is that we remain cautious on emerging markets and the growth cycle has not yet got to a pays for a base that benefits the emerging markets and you are seeing the problem come through in china. china knows they cannot rely so heavily on the west for demands and gdp growth on exports. there is also investment spending that has been a big contributor to growth and cannot continue at this sort of pace that it has been. it has to come more from consumer spending and that is hard to generate. there could be a lot of pickups. >> the chief investment officer. we are back into. >> in london, this is on the move in
particularly as you see this maket pushing to what you consider new highs across the board. >>with the ukraine crisis situation and the volatility index cooling off, does that give us an all clear signal or do traders think that more could be ahead? >>i think that you saw quite a reaction yesterday and much more of a reaction than i think most of us expected. i wouldn't say it's an all clearcertainly a relief rally. i think you saw some shortcovering going on as the day moved forward as well. we do have some big numbers coming out later this week so i think there are some issues we're going to have to contend with over the next couple of days. the vix got down to 14still not down near its lows that we saw a couple months ago. so you're still seeing vol firm as we see the market pushing to new highs. >>thank you dan. >>you're welcome angie. that's caps off our day.. coming up tomorrow in movies & money--now that the oscar show is wrap our critic calls the winner for this weekend.will it be mr peabody and sherman or 300 rise of an empire. flick us on to find out. from all of us at first business
the ukraine situation. that's tonight 10:00 p.m. on hannity. t! [bell rings] this...is jane. her long day on set starts with shoulder pain... ...and a choice take 6 tylenol in a day which is 2 aleve for... ...all day relief. hmm. [bell ring] "roll sound!" "action!" yeah? then how'd i get this... [ voice of dennis ] ...safe driving bonus check? every six months without an accident, allstate sends a check. silence. are you in good hands? >>> last week senate majority leader harry reid insulted americans on the floor. the senate claiming that all of their obamacare horror stories were untrue. leader reid blamed the koch brothers for false ads. we looked up after senator murphy walked the comments back and hours later senator murphy did tweet this out. i can't say that all of the coke ads of obama care are deceptive but the vast majority are. was that walking it back. you decide that one. now he is bragging%çn about it today on the senate floor anyone turned on fox news lately knows i have gotten under charles and david coke's coch's skin. just for the record we looked it up and leader reid
with former secretary of defense about the ukraine situation. that's tonight 10:00 p.m. on hannity. [ male announcer ] you've never watched her like this before. but something about spending this time together -- sailing past ancient glaciers in alaska -- makes you realize how old time is and how short life is. she can take all the time she wants. princess cruises. come back new. [ female announcer ] plan your seven-day cruise from just $549. call your travel agent or 1-800-princess. >>> last week senate majority leader harry reid insulted americans on the floor. the senate claiming that all of their obamacare horror stories were untrue. leader reid blamed the koch brothers for false ads. we looked up after senator murphy walked the comments back and hours later senator murphy did tweet this out. i can't say that all of the coke ads of obama care are deceptive but the vast majority are. was that walking it back. you decide that one. now he is bragging%çn about it today on the senate floor anyone turned on fox news lately knows i have gotten under charles and david coke's coch's skin. just
. >> well, the situation since the soviet collapse, ukraine and russia begin to threaten each other at the very beginning of the end of the cold war. incrediblee had an accumulated atomic weaponry left over from the soviet era. russia was threatening ukraine with preemptive strikes if they did not give up those nuclear weapons. the united states also was going to place sanctions on ukraine if it did not give up its nuclear weapons. on the very beginning, there were tensions between russia and ukraine at the end of the cold war. those tensions go back even earlier, when khrushchev gave the crimea over to the ukraine and russian nationalists opposed that. back to that in a minute. the main point here is that tensions from the end of the cold war started. 994, there was an agreement that ukraine would give up its nuclear weapons in exchange for russia, u.s., and european security assurances that all of the states would guarantee ukrainian territory. that is what has been questioned. that agreement in 1994, the budapest agreement, was a neutralized ukraine and all the states guaranteed
at the situation in ukraine. a news conference with vladimir putin followed by remarks on the senate floor from chris murphy, john mccain, and jeff sessions. kurdish foreign secretary william hague -- british foreign secretary william hague in the house of commons. >> jack lew heads to capitol hill wednesday to testify on the president's 3.9 trillion dollar 2015 budget request. he appears before the senate finance committee at 10:30 a.m. eastern. c-span 3 and on you can join the conversation on twitter and facebook. >> white house budget director testifies wednesday on the president 2015 budget request. eastern onng at 2:00 c-span numeral three. you can join the conversation on facebook and twitter. >> we do not have a criminal investigation role. .e have a vast enforcement role to enforce the federal securities laws and make sure wall street abides by the rules. have the criminal authority. we have the power to bring civil action, civil fraud action against those who violate the federal securities laws. we cannot send anyone to jail, but we can assess civil penalties. there is some legislation
the situation in the ukraine. there is something immediate congress can do to help us. that is to help finance the economic package that could stabilize the economy in ukraine, help to make sure that fair and free elections take place very soon, and as a consequence helps to de-escalate the crisis. in the meantime, we are consulting with our international allies across the board. together, the international community has condemned russia's violation of the territorial integrity and sovereignty of ukraine. he have condemned their intervention in crimea. and we are calling for a de-escalation of the situation and international monitors that can go into the country right away. and above all, we believe that the ukrainian people should be able to decide their own future, which is why the world should be focused on helping them stabilize the situation economically and move towards the fair and free elections that are currently scheduled to take place in may. there have been some reports that president putin is pausing for a moment, reflecting on what's happened. i think we've all seen that, from th
appreciate it very much. we'll have much more on the ukraine situation later in the program. >>> up next a new report says team obama about to impose another key obamacare delay for so-called substandard health plans. it's totally political, creates massive confusion and i say it's not reason for a full-scale moratorium on the full business. better that koons will have the story just ahead. ♪ [ male announcer ] how could a luminous protein in jellyfish, impact life expectancy in the u.s., real estate in hong kong, and the optics industry in germany? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. with investment information, risks, fees and expenses here in philadelphia you can access a philly cheesesteak anytime, day or night. just like you can access geico anytime, day or night. there is o
to defuse the situation in ukraine going into overdrive, but the situation continues in armenia. and in the murder trial involving oscar pistorius, it is said that he tried to fire a gun in a restaurant and tried to shift the blame. and looking to break the cycle of poverty by increasing conversation between parents and kids. welcome to our viewers in america and around the globe. tonight, nato is reviewing the russian response. the kremlin accused nato of returning to the attitudes of the cold war. flurry of diplomatic activity today, and we will get to that in a moment. on the ground in ukraine, pro-russian demonstrators stormed the regional government holding. russia tightened its grip on military facilities. our bbc world news editor has our coverage. ,> it was inside this cafÉ besieged by noisy, pro-russian demonstrators that the u.n. envoy took refuge. the doorway was barred by ukrainian security police. though, as usual, it was not quite clear whose side they were on. it stayed remarkably cool inside, as he contacted the u.n. in new york and came to the conclusion that t
-strapped ukraine tuesday as it's economic situation worsened. >> the state treasury is empty. and to unbelievable and unlimited corruption in my country we cannot collect the revenues in order to execute our social obligations. >> ukraine has issued short-term debt at right rates as high as 15%. the new governmentest states had needs $35 billion in rescue loans over the next two years. >> with the first efforts with a diplomatic solution failing in paris today what are the tools at the world's disposal if it decides to pressure russia over the occupation of ukraine? that's this edition of the program. joining us for a look at the russian ukrainian and american economies are jacob, senior fellow at the peterson institute for international economics. from kiev, valari, political analyst at a political think tank. he also lectures at kiev business school and from washington, mihala acting director of the council's energy and environment program. jacob, is there much in the way of economic leverage at the u.s. holds in russia? >> cared to the e.u. in my opinion no. you like in europe, for instance, y
. >> i would like to ask a question about ukraine and the situation over there when you get there. isn't there a budget question in that republicans are saying the administration should reexmine the budget due to the potential ukraine situation? >> i think it is important to reflect there is an agreement that set the levels for '15. in the president's budget you see proposed today, the president suggested that the 050 account, defense department, and the opportunity growth and security initiative suggests we believe a better place is to have an additional $28 billion. we make choices about offsets about closing loopholes and we believe that is a choice we should make. and in a lot of out years of the budget, the president's budget has higher levels of defense spending than those that are law and those that have been supported and i think that is what we will see when we see the proposals as they come out. the starting point is great. let's all sign on to the president's budget in terms of getting the defense level to the higher levels we believe are appropriate. as secretary hagel and
international behavior. i hate to use cliche but the ukraine situation same old same old. and putin knows it and that's the memo. now for the top story tonight, reaction, joining for reaction, fox news analyst charles krauthammer. where am i going wrong here, charles? >> i think you have got a right talking about individual nations. i wouldn't blame nato as an institution because nato has one purpose, to defend its own countries against soviet and now russian aggression and that it's never been challenged but it did succeed 50 years. the russians never crossed the line into berlin. they never crossed the line into germany. the problem for nato is when it acts out of area. meaning in afghanistan or ukraine. remember, the bush administration wanted to bring ukraine in to nato. so that would have triggered a nato response, the invasion that we are seeing now. but the europeans did not want to get involved in ukraine because they thought it was dangerous. so, they are very much unwilling to risk anything. however, i do think for the polls and the others, czechs, the baltic states and of cours
at putting an end to the tense situation between ukraine and russia. >> secretary of state john kerry meeting with russia's foreign minister in paris this morning. kerry is also speaking with ukraine's foreign minister who hitched a ride to france on secretary of state's plane. abc's tahman bradley is following it from washington. >> reporter: the u.s. and other nations are still trying to defuse the volatile standoff in ukraine. in crimea, tensions remain high. with russian and ukrainian troops staring each other down walking the streets of kiev yesterday kerry saw the shrines where ukrainians died in last month's protests. the secretary blasted vladimir putin's invasion of crimea. >> it is not appropriate to invade a country and at the end of a barrel of a gun dictate what you are trying to achieve. >> reporter: putin says he ordered troops in to protect ethnic russians. president obama warned russia is violating international law. >> president putin seems to have a different set of lawyers making a different set of interpretations but i don't think that's fooling anybody. >> reporter: the
the situation in ukraine. here's a bit of what he had to say. >> also this morning pursuing measures to support the allies including stepping up joint training, aviation detachment in poland, and it's an area that i visited a few weeks ago. and augmenting our discussion of n.a.t.o. policing. >> they are sending a mission of 35 military personnel to ukraine. the unarmed troops come from 18 different countries. they're currently on their way to odessa in southern ukraine. the mission was requested by pro-western authorities in kiev. that's scheduled to last until march 12th. >>> social media has played a huge role in the crisis of ukraine from government officials and traditional press to the protesters themselves. twitter, facebook and other social media is being used to talk about it, and in some cases propel and move forward the rapidly changing events. photos and videos are being posted online for the world to see. take a look at this from catarina, a 22-year-old ukrainian activist, who has been live tweeting from kiev since november. >> reporter: social media has played a huge role. to be ho
, but there are russia's -- russians and western ukraine. their situation is even more difficult. minority. they are being oppressed. how can we help them? >> we think that the current authorities, if they really claim to be civilized, should make sure that their citizens are secure regardless of where they live. we will watch and monitor the situation, of course. thank you. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] senators chris murphy, john mccain, and jeff sessions spoke about russian intervention in ukraine in floor speeches on tuesday. this is 30 minutes. completely dwarfing any amount of money spent on the other side. i want to talk about the ongoing crisis in the ukraine and i'm glad to have senator mccain on the floor today because it's really hard to describe the sensation both he and i felt at the end of last year when we got the chance to travel to the midon, independent square in kiev and speak to about a million people. and it was even harder to describe the sensation of hearing that group of people yellin
are following for you. diplomatic efforts to stabilize the situation? ukraine. secretary of state john kerry meeting with russian's foreign minister in paris. >> crimea, was, is, and will be an integral part of the state of ukraine. >> ukraine's new prime minister talking about those tensions in crimea. as russian navy ships remain in the port.
at the situation in ukraine with the news conference with russian president vladimir putin followed by remarks on the senate floor from john mccain and jeff sessions. president obama released his 2015 budget request tuesday morning, it increases tax credits for the working poor and expands early childhood education. the president also commented on russia's intervention in ukraine. this is about 15 minutes. >> good morning. i am here at powell elementary school, i just had a chance to see some of the outstanding students here. i thought it was an appropriate thing for me to say a few words about the budget that i sent to congress this morning because obviously the budget is not just about numbers, it's about our values. an it's about our future and how well we are laying the groundwork for those young children that i was with just a few moments ago to be able to succeed here in america. these kids may not be the most excited people in town on budget day, but it is designed with their generation and future generations in mind. in my state of the union address, i laid out an agenda to restore opp
conversation about the political future because it is a complicated situation. it was given to ukraine in 1954 in a kind of weird gift that was made. it is 60% russian. from all accounts, the majority would rather be in russia or at least not particularly happen we with ukraine. so all those things can be discussed but i think that the key is as you put it. the trust that there's a serious negotiation and nobody uses force to create facts on the ground that can't be changed. >> okay. let me turn to professor because, you know, if you talk to president clinton like i did, and i pushed him quite hard on this there's no doubt when it was closed doors discussion with putin, he completely trusted him. that putin never reneged on his word, always delivered on what he told bill clinton personally he would do. should president obama be getting in the same room with vladimir putin right now and thrashing out some kind of solution to this bearing in mind bill clinton's words? >> well, i think it's very important that -- that the west, the eu and president obama engage putin. this is not a time to cut of
the situation in the ukraine. she says vladimir putin's remarks are reminiscent of adolf hitler, specifically she referenced his assertion he is protecting russians and crimea. she said it mirrors hitler's claims in the 1930's that he wanted to protect germans in czechoslovakia and romania. hertelegram quotes saying -- the comments came at a private fundraiser. she also said there is no -- is asn he has irrational as adolf hitler. >> marion airey released from the hospital. he has been undergoing treatment for a blood infection since being hospitalized february 10. infections are tougher for him to fight off since the kidney transplant five years ago. >> that blood infection knocked me for a loop. i will put my health of the top of the agenda because i will not be here forever. while i am here, i want to be healthy. >> this comes one day before his 78th birthday. >> video from prince george's county where an suv has bashed into a pizza restaurant. hole at the corner branch avenue and curtis drive. took rescue crews about 15 minutes to free the driver of the vehicle. he was seriously injured b
the door open to using military force in ukraine. the delicate situation summed up by a face-off between u rainian and russian soldiers outs an air base. it was caught on camera as russian troops fire their weapons into the air. >>> kind of amazing it when you see that, it makes constitution realize how real it is. u.s. secretary of state john kerry was in kiev today. he slammed vladimir putin for saying his government is trying to protect ethnic russians in crimea. >> they would have you believe that ethnic russians and russian bases are threatened. they'd have you believe that kiev is trying to destabilize crimea or that russian actions are legal or legitimate because crimean leaders invited intervention. and as everybody knows, the soldiers in crimea at the instruction of their government have stood their ground but never fired a shot. never issued one provocation. >> vladimir putin says he's acting on behalf of the will of the people. president obama says there's a strong belief russia has violated international law. there are serious questions on both sides though. at this hour we are
at the university of california-berkley, and has been following the situation in ukraine. welcome. good to have you on the program. >> my pleasure. we heard vladimir putin deny that he sent russian troops to crimea, despite reports that the troops were russian. why would he do that? >> this is a very hard thing to assess. clearly russian troops are already there, massively. whether they are wearing russian military uniforms or not, they are there. we can see it from satellites. the people on the ground are telling us that they are there. vladimir putin is denying it. vladimir putin can be cunning and mackeya very wellian, but this bald-face lying of the face he's doing now to an international audience is unusual for him. >> it's a departure of what we have seen in the past as president? >> indeed it is. in a larger sense it's a departure from what we have seen as president. vladimir putin has been known in international affairs and domestic politics as a patient, cunning kind of guy. he's been successful. he'd been using the strategy. this is different. this is not the vladimir putin we know. the a
established in 2010, if they control the situation, ukraine is lost. he want it is strongest possible hand at a minimum to shape the outcome of ukrainian politics. as a maximum if he's given up that portion of ukraine, then is the game to begin the process of dismembering ukraine so that the part that retains some loyalty toward russia provides a kind of if you will security buffer or safety zone? the real problem is after crimea, even if the worst happens in crimea. there's more down the road. >> okay. professor, thank you very much. fareed zakaria, thank you. general kimmet, thank you. >>> when we come back, john mccain tells me why he says this president doesn't understand putin. chris murphy tells me why he thinks the gop is playing politics. i reckon a storm's a brewin'. reckon so. reckon you gotta hotel? reckon, no. reckon priceline express deals will get you a great deal. wherever you...mosey. you reckon? we reckon. vamonos the spring hotel sale is on at priceline.com. save up to 60% on any express deal hotel, when you use code: spring '14. i reckon this is one deal you won't want t
obama said yesterday it might be possible for the situation in ukraine to de-escalate over the next several days or weeks. he's been talking about a so-called off ramp for president putin to step back from the crisis without losing face. diplomacy takes center stage today. u.s. secretary of state john kerry will meet with his russian counterpart this morning in paris. >> president obama and i want to make it clear to russia and everybody in the world that we're not seeking confrontation. >> last night president obama talked about a possible resolution with german chancellor angela merkel. it would allow russian troops to stay in cry nia but on their bases and they would make sure they were protected. he calls it a humanitarian mission. he also said he would really not a whole lot of reason judge big what putin's done in the past to think they're going to leave. >> the u.s. still considering economic sanctions against russia. now, u.s. troops will be part of this international observer. two from each of the 15 nations will be sent there. they're supposed to leave today. >> thank you,
. >> with the u.s. facing volatile foreign policy situations in ukraine, brand new gallup poll is raising serious concerns about president obama's standing on the world stage. according to gallup, for the first time ever, a majority of americans say president obama is not respected by other world leaders. >> stephen: even worse air, majority of americans felt the "the bachelor" wouldn't give president obama a rose, even if it was just down to him and that bitch, 96y. folks, this poll-- if th poll has no alarmed me that i am conducting by own poll so i can become more alarmed. go to colbertnation.com and let your click be heard. answer the question, "what do you think about what americans think world leaders think about president obama?" simply check, "yes, no, or vegetarian option." we'll have the results of that poll later in your lifetime. we'll be right back. [ coughing ] ♪ she singeth as she flies [ inhales sharply ] [ bird sings ] caw-caw! [ female announcer ] cooling and soothing halls air. what are you breathing? the folks at wonderful pistachios have asked me to help sell their product
and in violation of treaties between ukraine and russia. this is a situation that cannot be tolerated by the international community without raising these objections. at the same time, russia is -- it is saying that it is not russian troops, but the self-defense force which is present in crimea, which we don't really believe. and number two, it is saying that it is protection of the russian minority there. in crimea, majority, you might say. there is the way it is being portrayed in the russian media. the narrative is that we are defending russians abroad. >> it could be a very real possibility, perhaps as early as this week. do you think that i couldn't he happened? -- that could indeed happen? >> i think that sanctions should be a serious possibility. when we have to deal with a situation where you have really a blatant breach of international law, and international roles, it goes to the reaction and russia will be encouraged to go further. today it is crimea. tomorrow will be used in ukraine. then it might be georgia, and then who knows? it is very important that it is this point i
be part to actually ensure that we can address the situation on the ground. you know, ukraine threattons to be pulled apart in the rhetoric in only increasing rather than decreasing. >> robert serry, the special united nations envoy to ukraine. he was in a very tense situation in crimea today, but he's now out. he's in istanbul getting ready to report the o the u.n. secretary-general. but thanks for your report here on cnn, thanks for your report to our viewers in the united states and around the world. good luck. we're happy you're safe and sound, mr. serry. thank you. >> thank you. >>> up next as tension rises we'll map out the latest military moves in the region. many jim sciutto is here. honestly? i wanted a smartphone that shoots great video. so i got the new nokia lumia icon. it's got 1080p video, three times zoom, and a twenty-megapixel sensor. it's got the brightest display, so i can see what i'm shooting -- even outdoors, and 4 mics that capture incredible sound. plus, it has apps like vine -- and free cloud storage. my new lumia icon is so great, even our wipeouts look amazing.
countries to essentially butt out and stay out of the situation and of the intervention in ukraine or it will cost them if sanctions are imposed. they are willing to seize assets here in kiev. a former bureau chief for cnn also with the school of government. she is a fellow there. what do you make of the diplomatic efforts that have been under way? >> i think it's extreme. if they say they will seize assets, they happen right at the beginning of the end of the soviet union, that's really a red flag any company that would want to invest. >> they are doing business in russia. >> what are does it mean for investment in russia? doesn't that backfire? >> in terms of the diplomatic front, trying to find an off-ramp for russia. the main part is the rights and the fears of the people in the east and russian speakers want the protection of russia and they are fearful that the government in place right now is extreme in their view and will at the very least impact their rights and maybe even do things. >> also about the concerns of vladimir putin. >> you have to say that his fears of losing
the u.s. ambassador's residence in paris, providing an update on the situation in ukraine. meeting with prime ministers from our european allies, also the russian foreign minister lavrov essentially saying they expect to continue intense discussions, that they have some creative ideas to take back to their respective capitals. and also saying that russia's violation of ukraine's sovereignty has united the world in support of the ukrainian people. and in that question-and-answer session segment there, it seemed like he was really pushing back on the idea that they hadn't made any real progress in these discussions. there had been some question or expectation that maybe russian foreign minister lavrov would meet with the ukrainian foreign minister. that didn't happen. >> that's right. we were reporting that at the beginning of the hour because there were those movements to see if those meetings might occur. there were basically three questions i counted here from -- from secretary of state kerry speaking, one from the "washington post," one -- all of the questions obviously saying ba
and beyond. in light of the situation in ukraine, i urge you to look closely at the target sanctions ordering thethose incursion in ukraine, a clear violation of the cardinal rule. my honorable friend has consistently pursued this over a long time. have the power to refuse entry into the u.k. two re believedwe a to be guilty of serious human rights violations. i'm not excluding any auctions and what we sighed to do -- options in what we decide to do. it >> with all of this unfolding, there is a great amount of concerns in nations like with a when he and poland about their future. what reassurance does my right honorable friend giving our nato partners that we stand shoulder to shoulder with them in defense of their sovereignty and independence? do. think they know that we these countries are very important members of nato. i mentioned earlier that our strong commitment to nato, including maintaining the strongest armed forces in europe, all around, but it will be important for other countries strengthen their own military budgets and defenses over the coming years. that is something i have ad
related to the situation in ukraine is uninformed and misleading. the cia also defended its analysts, saying they left the door open for that military option, shepard. >> catherine herridge reporting from washington. very interesting they said there were no gaps, though this happened without anybody knowing about it. maybe at some point we'll find out how those two things come together. one of the great hopes here is maybe sergey lavrov from russia and secretary kerry's meeting may bring some kind of resolution. we'll take a short commercial break. i'm shepard smith live in kiev with the continuing crisis in ukraine. okay ladies, whenever you're ready. thank you. thank you. i got this. no, i'll get it! no, let me get this. seriously. hey, let me get it. ah, uh. i don't want you to pay for this. it's not happening, honey. let her get it. she got her safe driving bonus check from allstate last week. and it's her treat. what about a tip? oh, here's one... get an allstate agent. nice! [ female announcer ] switch today and get two safe driving bonus checks a year for driving safely. only
important rendezvous in the effort to bring some calm to the situation in ukraine. already the paris gathering looks fragile to say the least as initial hopes of a russia and ukrainian meeting has been dashed. the u.s. accused russia of an act of aggression. mr. lavrov said moscow wasn't in direct control of those forces. tim willcox is in the capital kiev. let's go over to tim. >> reporter: thanks very much indeed. you've joined me live on independence square. the demonstrators, the protest is have gone. still people coming to lay flowers there at the shrines to those people killed just under a fortnight ago. this particular student died, he was from kiev. what is striking, david, is all around this square there are shrines to people all over ukraine, not just kiev or the west of this country but also from the east and from crimea itself. this was a revolution the people say from the whole of ukraine wanting a better, cleaner future. the diplomatic activity is the main focus today in paris as you say, u.s. secretary of state john kerry meeting russian counterpart sergei lavrov. let'
the situation, basically to quit his post as u.n. special envoy to ukraine and dee part the country. so he is en route to istanbul as we speak. he believes that this will help de-escalate the situation. jake, it just goes to show how tense the situation is and how unpredictable the situation is here in crimea. >>> ana coren, thank you so much. stay staf. >>> the house foreign affairs committee is holding a hearing tomorrow on ukraine and could vote after a resolution for sanctions against russia, although that resolution is more a symbolic gesture, nonbinding. the entire house could also vote on the $1 billion in loan guarantees to ukraine that secretary of state john kerry announced earlier this week. joining me to discuss this is a member of the foreign affairs committee in the house, ileana ros-lehtinen of florida. good to see you. >> thank you, jake. >> we heard from john kerry. he said he'd rather be in the position they're in today than where they were yesterday. are you seeing progress in some sort of resolution? i have to admit it's escaping me. >> well, it depends on what your definitio
's not good situation. >> should russia have troops in ukraine? >> i don't know. >> this manmade clear the side that he's on. >> what should putin do? >> i don't know, not good. >> this community in northern new jersey has one of the highest percentages of russian descents. more than 10%. the giftshops and the travel agencies cater to their needs, but these days, the daily routine keeps track of the standoff in their ancestral homeland, watching the intense waiting game between the ukrainian and russian armed forces. hoping that the world super powers keep it from escalating. he had advice for president obama. >> he must wait. patience, patience. >> president obama should have patience. >> yes. >> well, sage advice from a man who has seen other international crises in his lifetime resolved without the use of force. >> coming up, the punishment that the u.s. could use against russia, and for breaking news around-the-clock, check out our live blog. coming up in texas, democrats say they have a real shot at turning the lone star state blue. plus this. >> an eye-opening report from ththe
: the continuing ongoing coverage of the crisis in ukraine, the situation in crimea remains tense with warning shots fired earlier today by russian soldiers. this morning russian president vladimir putin gave his first press conference since the conflict began. he said he saw no reason for forces to intervene in eastern ukraine at the moment but did not close the door on military action. [ speaking in foreign language ] >> charlie: president obama also spoke today and promised consequences for russia's actions. >> from the perspective of the european union, the united states, allies like canada and japan and allies and friends and partners around the world, there is a strong belief russia's action is violating international law. i don't know if president putin seems to have a different set of lawyers making a different set of interpretations, but i don't think that's fooling anybody. i think everybody recognizes that, although russia has legitimate interests in what happens in the neighboring state, that does not give it the right to use force as a means of exerting influence inside of that st
's why fight the future of ukraine remains un clear the situation on the ground a lot more complex than the good guy bad guy covers is this issue to rt meal for more reaction on what's going on in ukraine earlier i spoke with uk member of parliament george galloway ever assassin how he would like to see the eu proceed regarding the conflict in the country. well of the european union and would force of will be best to distance itself from the ludicrous nonsensical approach that the united states government is taking off the roll from the luxury of many thousands of miles away. the united states. i can take a second view on strike us up in cotton mill above the european union this g i joe with a rush always has been always will be is dependent on trade and energy. with the rush on. and should know to hold the bailout. with a stick not just because there's no justification for doing so well because it cannot possibly be in our own national interest the british government of course which has invaded the doctor tried in massive numbers. all soldiers and occupation troops country often countr
a few words about the situation in ukraine. as president obama has explained in no uncertain terms, the steps russia has taken to violate ukraine's sovereignty, ukraine's territorial integrity, are a breach of international law. at this time we're looking into a wide range of options including sanctions and ways to increase russia's political and economic isolation. our ultimate goal is to de-escalate the situation in ukraine. as the ukrainian government prepares for elections in may, it's critical that the international community support their efforts to restore economic stability. i've spoken with ukrainian prime minister a number of times now and he's told me that his government is ready to adopt vital economic reforms. we've been working closely with the international partners and congress to develop an assistance package that will help the ukrainian government implement the reforms needed to restore financial stability and return to economic growth. the united states has developed a package of bilateral assistance focused on meeting ukraine's most pressing needs. this package
a short while ago. >> good evening. the situation in ukraine presents serious implications for the security and stability of the euro-atlantic area. so n.a.t.o. decided today to take a number of immediate steps. we have suspended planning for our first n.a.t.o. joint missi mission. >> that was the n.a.t.o. secretary talking a short while ago in brussels after the meeting that they had with russian diplomats and h n.a.t.o. will meet with the civilian and government. we apologize, the tape was not all in english, but i'm sure you got the gist. let's go back to julie in london. >> reporter: thank you. it's called toy soldiers for putin where children will be mailing their toys to the russian president along with an antiwar message. >> reporter: toy soldiers for putin. it's unashamed propaganda. but when you say you have been invaded, even recruiting local kiev children and mothers, it's legitimate. it will be posted to russia saying if you want to play soldiers, fine, here you are. but leave my father alone. >> we have toys for our neighboring country president putin, for him
on the situation in the ukraine. we will continue to watch the event and monitor for you for any comments. following this, the president will travel to boston for two democratic national committee events. you get you keep your old health insurance for two more years according to a person familiar with the matter. another obamacare delay is coming, presumably with an eye to midterm elections. megan hughes joins me now. is it ministration admitting defeat? class a little bit. this does, for a very select number of people, this guts the affordable care act. allowedill legally be to keep plants that do not necessarily cover maternity care, that do not necessarily cap out-of-pocket expenses. keep in mind the back story. in october, insurers were letters tocellation individual policyholders and there was a huge backlash. the president promised as he was pushing the law that if you like your insurance, you could keep it. the white house changed course, saying state insurance commissioners were going to be allowed to extend insurance policies for a year. keep in mind what that did. it essentially
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